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REPUBLIC MAIL' BULLDOG 14 f fee Arizona Republic Phoenix, M«n., Nov. ?, 1969 ^stwood, St. Mary s still deadlocked for 1st NAU halted Weber long seiners By BOB JACOBSEN Some people think a tie is like kissing your sister. But Westwood and St. Mary's don't think so. Espe- dally if it's for the No. 1 spot in Arizona prep football, For the second consecutive week, the Warriors and the Knights are deadlocked for first place in the weekly Arizona Republic prep football poll. They deadlocked this time at 76 points — each received four first and four second place votes — but trouble looms ahead. The Knights, 35-6 victors over Brophy last week, meet Cortez Friday for the Skyline B championship. Both are undefeated and Cortez is rated fifth in the poll this week. Westwood, who rallied for a 24-7 decision over Scottsdale, has a breather this week with Chandler but their clash next week with once-beaten McClintock should decide the Central B title. The other undefeated teams — Central, Tucson and Cortez — all won and held their 3, 4, and 5 spots respectively. The only change in the Top Ten was South Mountain dropping from 8th to 10th after a 20-0 loss to Central. In the other classes, the leaders remained the same. Safford bopped Nogales, 33-8, and Winslow blanked Sahuaro 32-0 to maintain their Class AA 1-2 ranking. Globe moved up to 4th ahead of Agua Fria after beating Bisbee 24-14 for the only change. Eloy's Dust Devils, behind the seemingly unstoppable Benny Malone, stayed atop the Class A heap with a 53-0 rout of Superior. Class B leaders Florence, Round Valley and Parker kept their 1-2-3 spots. Antelope, 12-0 loser to Parker, remained 4th, but Phoenix Christian moved up to 5th from 7th after mauling Santa Rita 48-0. CLASS AAA 1. (tte) St. Mary's, 7-0, T4) 74 Westwood, 8-0, (4) 74 Central, 8-0 Tucson, 7-0 y> Cortez, 8-0 45 McCllntock, 7-1 40 Sagua no, 7-1 38 Maryvele, 4-2 23 ?rescott, 4-2 10 oavASii* w* uth Mountain, 4-2 1. Safford 2. Wlnslow 3. Paradlsa Val. CLASS AA 7-0(2) 4. Globe S, Agua Frls 4-1 4-1 5-2 4-3 1. Elov, 7-0, (3) 4. Buckeye 2. Aio, 7-0 S. Coolldge 3. Snowflake 5-2 6. Ganado 6-0 I.Florence 6-1 (4) 7. Tombstone 5-2 2. Round Valley 7-0 8. Duncan 5-1 3. Parker 7-0 9. Hayden 5-2 4. Antelope 6-1 10. St. John's 6-2 5. Phx Christian 6-1 4. Valley Union 3-1 1. Plma MI. (?) 5. Grand Can. 4-1-1 2. Pi _.. redonis 3. Ash Fork Wildcats in 'show of togetherness' Southern Arizona Bureau TUCSON — Taking two black football players to join Arizona cocaptains at the coin-flipping ceremony before opening kickoff at the Brigham Young game Saturday "was a show of togetherness," said Wildcat coach Bob Weber yesterday. He denied a suggestion that by adding the two Negro players, which were superflous to the ceremony, Arizona might have flaunted BYU's race problem before a home town crowd and caused the Cougars to catch fire, winning 31-21. "I'm surprised that a lot of people asked that question," said Weber. "The thought never entered my mind. Southern Arizona Bureau "The team and staff considered it (adding Negroes Ron Gardin and Charles Duke to the pre-game ceremony) and we decided to do it. Maybe it backfired on us, but the purpose was the reason I stated." Weber said the UofA lost because it was flat during the first half. "I respect .BYU. They played real well," said Weber. We played flat. They beat us by 10 points and that was because of our kicking game. First was the kickoff return (a 97-yard touchdown run by BYU's Chris Faraso- polous) and then our blocked, kick (which resulted in a BYU field goal)." Weber was disappointed in the game and appeared tired.. As before when the team lost when Weber felt it should have won, he made no nominations for defensive and offensive player of the week. JUog results SATURDAY'S RESULTS PHOENIX GREYHOUND PARK H. O.'s Loup i/j 16.00 10.20 a.i.j O. b.'s 6ioox ID.) lo.iu a.tu DICK Kaaaiz u> $w Laay Mascot, DeWitt's Spate, Nig-s mary Ann, uian Yards ' 0->-' nieiia (3) 2.60 2.60 2.20 238 DAILY DOUBLE (7-3) $22. DaWta Crow (4) (6 8.20 6.60 3.60 L. & W Bea (6 4.00 3.M O. P. Down Sldeup (3) 5 60 ^Iso: O. B.'s .Marcia, K. C.'s Legal" • Coin, Devil's Angel, Simple Stuch. so Yards, Or. 3, Grace's Operator (3) 8.00 6.80 4.20 A.T.S Satin (1) 8.40 4.60 Dan-lion (2) 3.40 Also: My Exodus, Dan's Dancer, Pretty Pauline, Woody's Bruno, Blna, t (2) .%. A 6.80 3.60 3.00 3.20 3.40 4.60 ....„ .„_. , Nla's Breezle (8) . .Also: End Play, D. L.'s Caroline, Noon Sun, L. D.'s Festus, Betty's The coach said the team played well in the. second half but couldn't come back enough through a series of 15-yard penalties ("everyone of which we deserved,") and too many timeouts due to injuries. Linebacker Tom Cooley will be out for the rest of the season with a broken ankle. "I feel the game was one we should have won," said Weber, now 5-2 in his debut as head coach. "We've got to overcome a defeatist attitude now, so we've decided to rest the team today and resume Monday with films and scouting report on Syracuse." Syracuse marks the farthest east Arizona has played. It might be an "Eastern duster's Last Stand." Pete Rodriguez, UofA assistant coach scouted Syracuse and reported, "They're huge." "Syracuse is impressive physically," he said. "I have to say that this is the biggest team I've seen since I've beeen at the UofA. I'd even say they are the biggest team to ever play the UofA." He read off the list of starters and all were over six feet tall and over 210 pounds. "That's apparently the requirement when Syracuse re- .cruits," said Rodriguez. "They like them big." ONLY SPEEDSTER Greg Allen, at 5-fopt, 10-inches and 176 pounds, is the exception. Otherwise, Rodriguez said, the team is large and strong but doesn't possess great over all team speed. While Syracuse—3-3 for the season—relies on a ground game, quarterback Randy Zur can pass and has completed 43 out of 68 passes this year for a 100-yard per game average. Syracuse operates an unbalanced line with a slot and a crooked eye formation from which "innumberable blocking schemes" can be worked, Rodriguez said. FOOTBALL ASU 30, Wyoming 14 BYU 31, Arizona 21 NAU 21, Weber St. 19 Arizona Western 13, PC 9 . Eastern Arizona 32, Mesa. CC 0 Glendale 48, Dixie 6 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Air Force 13, Army 4 Amherst 37, Tufts 4 Boston Unlv 37, Connecticut 2< Bowdoln 13, Bates College 10 Buffalo 33, Temple 0 Colgate 14, Lehioh 14 Cornell 10, Columbia 3 Dartmouth 42, Yale 21 Delaware 44, Rutgers 0 Delaware Val 38, Susguehanna 20 East Michigan 54, Northeastern 0 Gettysburg Col 19, 'Lafayette 10 Harvard 20, Pennsylvania 4 Junlata College 41, Washlngtn & Jef 21 Lebanon Valley. 43,.Franklin & Mar 14 Maine 40, Hofstra Unlv 34 Massachusetts 48, Vermont 7 Moravian Col 26, Albright 23 Munlenbera 66, Swarthmore 7 Norwich Unlv 16, Middleburv 14 Penn State 38, Boston College 16 Pittsburgh 21, Syracuse 20 Princeton 33, Brown 6 Rhode Island 14, New Hampshire 6 Towson State 34, Urslnus 34 Westminster, Pa 14, Waynesburg 7 Wilkes College 49, Dickinson Col 0 Wittenberg 45, Bucknell 6 Alabama 23, Mississippi St 19 Alabama State 26, Alabama A&M 6 Alcorn A&M 23, Arkansas AM&N 23 Auburn 38, Florida 12 Bethune-Cookmn 14, South Caro St 14 Bluefleld State 31, West Va Wesley 15 Catawba Col 17, Presbyterian Col 10 Centre College 21, Wilmington Col 7 Clemson 40, Maryland 0 Davidson Col 59. Virginia Military 6 East Carolina 24, Furman Unlv 21 East Kentucky 34, Murray State 13 Elizabeth Cltv 27, Fayetteville 26 Emory & Henry 35, Hampden-Sydney 15 Florida Stale 34, South Carolina 9 Georgia Tech 20, Duke 7 . Howard Unlv 6, Hampton Inst 0 J.C. Smith 30, Winston Salem 6 John Carroll 31, Bethany, W.Va. IS Knoxville Col 12, Fisk University 6 Marshall Unlv 21, Bowling Green 16 Mississippi 26, Louisiana State 23 Norfolk State 7, Maryland State 6 North Carolina 12, Vlrainia o • „ No Carolina A&T 20, Morgan State 19 No Carolina Col 49, Shaw 9 Randolph-Macon 61, West Maryland 13 Richmond 45, Citadel 18 St Joseph's, jnd. 20, Georgetown Col 17 "tamford Unlv 24, Florence State 15 jewanee 37, Washi.ng.tn 8. Lee 21 Shepherd Col South Mlssiss. Tampa 45, Quantlco Marine 19 ,,\"\9~, BrtogewateV; Va 12 ssisslppi' 24, Louisiana Tech 23 Tennessee 17, Georgia 3 Tech. 23, Chattanooga 11 vrroinia'Tein' 48, William & Mary 0 West Virginia 7, Kentucky 6 West Va State 20, Glenvllle State 11 West Kentucky 27, Morehead State 2 Wofford 35, Appalachian St 21 Anderson 44, Franklin Col 28 Baldwin-Wallace .36, Ohio Wesleyan 14 Ball S ite 14, Middle TennSt 12 State 59, .Bethe, Minn. .13 lie OY, DCIIIC, fviuiii. it? Illls St 30, So Dakota Tech 3 - ' 13, North Park Col 0 , st 8, Eureka College 6 Cornell College 42, Belolt College 7 Culver-Stockton 14, Tarklo College 6 14, lavvllle State 14 1 Wesley 24 _ _ _J, Tayioi _ Hastings Col 56, Peru Staje r Illinois Wesley 34, North Central 14 ndlana 16, Michigan State 0 Indiana State 42, Illinois St Unlv 25 Jamestown 30," P llsbury Col 20 :ans State, Pitt 41. Ft Hays Kans 18 ent State 35, Louisville, 6 „ „ .enyon College 24, Oberlin College 14 .ake Forest 54, Chicago 0 .awrence Univ 78, Knox Co lege 6 Manchester 21, Earlham ,Cpl 8 Marietta Col 20, Mount Union 12 Michigan 35, Wisconsin 7 Minnesota 35, Iowa 8 Nebraska 20, Colorado 7 North Dakota 48, Mornlngslde 19 No Dakota St 41, Northern Iowa 13 North Texas St 31, Cincinnati 30 NW Missouri St 28, Cent Missouri St 25 Notre Dame 47, Navy 0 Ohio 22, West Michigan 17 Ohio State 35, Northwestern 6 S klahoma 37, Iowa State 14 klahoma State 28, Kansas 25 Purdue 49, Illinois 22 Rlpon College 14, Carleton Co leqe 0, St John's, Minn. 31, Hamline Unlv 27 St Norbert 48, Wise, Milwaukee 7 St Olaf College 42, Coe College 8 Southern Illinois 36, Bradley 14 Toledo 14, Miami, Ohio 10, Valparaiso 28, DePauw Unlv 7 , Western Illinois 44, Eastern Illinois 6 Wooster 28, Hiram College 6 Youngstown 20, SE Louisiana 7 By BILL NIXON Up until last Saturday Weber State's Wildcats had runs for long gainers against every team they played. Last Monday Northern Arizona's Lumberjacks decided they would have to change their basic, frontline defense (4-3) to keep Weber's Jack Brown and Sam Gipson from going all the way. Defensive coach C. 0. Brocato suggested a 5-2 setup, with leftside linebacker Rusty Tillman in a down position. It worked. The Wildcats' longest run from scrimmage went only 16 yards as NAU came from way behind to whip the Big Sky team, 21-19. The Weber Cats rushed 73 times for a net of 298 yards. But in co-captain Tillman's words, "Gee, with that many tries, we didn't do so badly. And they sure didn't break the long one against us." Head coach John Symank gave much of the credit to Brocato and Lamar McHan, offensive coach. "Mac knew we would have to throw against such a good defensive club." McHan helped NAU get its first touchdown on the intial play of the fourth quarter. Facing a fourth and goal on the Weber 17, McHan noticed that Weber's rightside linebacker, Gordon Churchill, had blitzed on three consecutive plays. From his field phone seat high atop the press box, McHan told quarterback Bob Stewart at the third quarter time out, and Stewart prom- tly retreated fast on fourth down, looked right and tossed left over a charging Churchill. Halfback Joe Jackson grabbed the floater and sailed in for the score. Weber was as usual a hard hitting team, and, on occasion, after the whistle. They drew five personal foul .penalties, totaling 121 yards in penalties to only 37 against NAU. It was so obvious (IWeber's late hitting) that Big Sky conference commissioner, Jack Friel, after the game complimented NAU athletic director Dr. Ted Keck for the Lumberjacks' restraint. Symank lightly praised defensive ends Tom Anderson and Mark Loma's for their second and third down plays that tossed Wildcats for losses as Weber tried to get into field goal position with seconds left on the clock. As advertised, it was Weber's running (298) against NAU's passing (383). Stewart was magnificent in that final quarter, hitting 9 for 11 and 206 yards, and the three touchdowns. His eight-game totals now are 105 for 199, 1,635 yards and 14 touchdowns. LOG CHIPS: Flankerback Charlie Brown caught 10 passes for the second straight week and his receiving and yardage records at NAU show 45 and 870. He has eight TD catches to tie another school standard. Important .too were tight end Steve Mr J •-'-'- dalist Sonny. Ca Abilene 42, Southwest East New_Mex_13 Yfl "*' »* M.cm Cnamrpusse (1) 3., .Also: J. Roy's Irene, R Wyn, Nina Mia, NIB'S trua Dan, P. H.'t Pet Peeve. Y»rd», or. 2, T~ .qr«p TzV ' MO 4.M 2.60 1.80 SEVENTH, «o Y»rd», or. 37.68, Q—(2-3) $31.40. Groovy Grace (2) i.80 4. 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Call Mr. Minard, 278-6294 ... or after 5 p.m. Call Mr. Radici, 265-1457 or mail coupon below. To: Mr. Minard — Texaco Inc. P.O. Box 6455 — Phoenix, Arizona 85005 NAME ADDRESS PHONi ...CITY specialist Sonny Campbell. Maiei iht 7 for 122 yards. He kept NAU'! TD drive Boing with a dlylni Mafer ing caugl first TD drive aoing with a diving catch of a Stewart pass on .a, third and 10 situation, .and he broke a tackle enrouta to a 34 yard gain that set up NAU's go ahead points . . . Campbell, unable, to carry trie ball because of an Inlured arm, provided the victory margin with three, perfect conversion kicks. Sonny's trio beat West Texas State 21-20 . . .The Axers will go for win No. 7 at Flagstaff Saturday against old rival Eastern New Mexico. FAN FARE CMON; You PON'TV/ANT TO S1THERE/ANPABSUE WITH THE EOVESANP HAWKS WaltDitasen Braves rally to nip Dodgers In a big hurry Devil 'lads' grow up The Braves scored two unearned runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat the Dodgers, 7-6, yesterday in an Arizona Instructional League baseball game. Oscar Brown had two hits and three runs batted in for the Braves. Rick Kester was the winning pitcher. Steve Whitaker pounded three triples as the Pilots whipped Kansas City, 11-2. In other games, the Cubs beat the Angels, 11-5, and Mesa topped the Giants, 8-6. By BOB EGER TEMPE — When referring to Arizona State's football team, you can change "rebuilding" to "rebuilt." Coach Frank Rush's youngsters grew up in a hurry Saturday night, clubbing unbeaten and 13th-ranked Wyoming, 30-14, to vault into Western Athletic Conference title contention. "Our kids did a great job," Kush said yesterday after viewing films of the Sun Devil romp. "They approached the game with a good mental frame of mind and they kept hitting right until the end. "Those Wyoming kids are a good bunch. I think they get a little bigger and a little quicker every year." Kush was particularly high on the work of his youthful offensive line, which suffered in the first few games, but now appears to have arrived. "Our tackles, Ed Fisher and Mike Tomco, did an outstanding job," said Kush. Both are sophomores. "Tomco and Ron Carothers (tight end) did a lot of double team blocking on Larry Nels," added Kush, "and they did a pretty good job of keeping him out of our hair." Nels, Wyoming's defensive tackle candidate for All America honors, participated in just four tackles. Kush said he substituted his offensive backs in the early going in hopes of keeping his starters fresh, and that he hopes to do more of the same in the future. Bowling Tips By Don Carter He also said he expects sophomore quarterback Grady Hurst to see more action in upcoming games. Hurst completed just two of 11 passes for 41 yards, but several of his on-target tosses were dropped. "I was glad we could give Grady some work in a tough game like that," said Kush. "I think he's making good progress." The defensive unit, which held the Cowboys to 14 yards on the ground, also came in for praise. "We naturally had hopes of getting to the quarterback," said Kush, "But I didn't think we'd do it nine times." Rush's defensive line — Mike Fanucci, Richard Gray, Ted Olivo, Bob Davenport and Junior Ah You — returns intact next year. ASU's major casualty was a knee injury sustained by center and Homecoming King Tom Delnoce, who played most of the game with the ailment. He was on crutches yesterday, but there's a good chance he'll be ready for New Mexico this weekend. Safety Seth Miller hurt an ankle and split end Cal Demery injured a shoulder, but neither is believed serious. 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